Culture, Society, and DE&I

Culture, Society, and DE&I

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How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?
How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?
Residents want to provide more accurate context about the city's Asian-American history, which could mean adding historic markers in LoDo, where Denver's Chinatown once flourished.
·denverite.com·
How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?
Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends
Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends
Family demographers have long been interested in the debate surrounding changes in the marriage institution, associated with concepts such as the deinstitutionalization of marriage and the Second D…
·demotrends.org·
Marriage Counterfactuals in Japan: Variation by Gender, Marital Status, and Time | demotrends
64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month
64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month
More than a decade has passed since Janet Blaser left the U.S. to retire in Mazatlán, Mexico. While she doesn't regret the move, there were several things she didn't expect—from air pollution to high noise levels to loneliness.
·cnbc.com·
64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month
Have You Seen Enough to Finally Start Taking Anti-Asian Racism Seriously?
Out of thin air: the mystery of the man who fell from the sky | Air transport | The Guardian
Out of thin air: the mystery of the man who fell from the sky | Air transport | The Guardian
The long read: In 2019, the body of a man fell from a passenger plane into a garden in south London. Who was he?
·theguardian.com·
Out of thin air: the mystery of the man who fell from the sky | Air transport | The Guardian
‘Tokenized’: Inside Black Workers’ Struggles at the King of Crypto Start-Ups
‘Tokenized’: Inside Black Workers’ Struggles at the King of Crypto Start-Ups
Coinbase, the most valuable U.S. cryptocurrency company, has faced many internal complaints about discriminatory treatment.
·nytimes.com·
‘Tokenized’: Inside Black Workers’ Struggles at the King of Crypto Start-Ups
Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
There were about 107,000 white men living in Denver in 1920. Documents suggest close to 30,000 of them were registered members of the Ku Klux Klan.
·denverite.com·
Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
‘Nomadland’ Makes History, and Anthony Hopkins, in Upset, Wins Best Actor
‘Nomadland’ Makes History, and Anthony Hopkins, in Upset, Wins Best Actor
Chloé Zhao’s film about the damaged American dream won best picture, best director and best actress. The late Chadwick Boseman, who was considered the frontrunner for best actor, was beat out by Hopkins.
·nytimes.com·
‘Nomadland’ Makes History, and Anthony Hopkins, in Upset, Wins Best Actor
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s
With immigration leveling off and a declining birthrate, the United States may be entering an era of substantially lower population growth, demographers said.
·nytimes.com·
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s